Wedding – a Nutritionist Wife – What More Could Mr Jjagwe Hunger For?

It has taken Ronald Jjagwe and Peace Nakitto two years of studying each other and last Saturday the couple was finally sure sure enough to take the final step of walking down the aisle.

The couple that has one child was wedded at St Paul’s cathedral Namirembe under the watchful eye of Rev Abraham Lubega, and they later hosted their guests at Lavanda hotel. Their parents and friends did a lot towards the success of their wedding and the couple could not thank Jjagwe’s older sister, Aidah Lunkuse Nsubuga, enough.


Jjagwe and Nakitto did not waste a lot of time on courtship, because they liked each other straight away. Jjagwe, who works at Uganda National Council for Science and Technology as a scientist (technology management), was bold enough to proclaim his love for Nakitto when the two first met at Uganda Nutrition Society conference at Makerere University. Nakitto is a nutritionist with Elizabeth Glazer Paediatric Foundation.


“My first gift was a watch Ronnie brought for me from Dubai. He is so caring and loving,” Nakitto said. On Jjagwe’s part, he finds his young wife so patient and understanding.

No wonder without further ado, Jjagwe was formally introduced to Nakitto’s parents in Mukono on August 9 and followed that up with a wedding three weeks later. Guests at their reception in Lusaze were jubilant as the couple and their maids in blue walked into the venue.

The bride later changed to an ivory gown with motifs that made her look like she was wearing a second wedding gown. Elegance, was the word. When the food plates had been cleared and the last guest had left, Mr and Mrs Jjagwe headed for Nairobi for their deserved honeymoon.

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